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Yellow-Rumped Warbler

Setophaga coronata


From late Fall to early Spring, it can sometimes seem as if the yellow-rumped warbler is the most common bird on campus.  They seem to be everywhere, flying quickly past with a bright chirp, taking a bath in the pond, fluttering in the sumac eating seeds....Once you start to see them, you'll never stop.

Photo Credit: Alan Sparkman

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